Innovationsmanagement (Integrated Management Seminar) (SoSe 2024)

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Course schedule

Day Time Frequency Date Room
Monday 12:00- 14:00 weekly 08.04.2024- 15.07.2024 Schlossplatz 46, H 3
Thursday 12:00- 14:00 weekly 11.04.2024- 18.07.2024 Fürstenberghaus, F1


The lecture series will take place in person.


Contact person: Lars Grewe, M.Sc.


This course will span the entire semester. To complete the module, students must pass the final module exam and actively participate in empirical scientific studies. Further information on this will be provided in the first lecture. 

The course is part of the module "Fundamentals of Innovation Management" (PO 2022) or "Integrated Management Seminar" (PO 2018).

Please note that the lecture starts precisely at 12:00 PM in room F1 (not 12:15 PM).


The first lecture starts on Thursday, 11.04.2024, at 12:00 PM.


Update regarding the start of the lecture:

Please register in Learnweb for the course to receive further information about the event's procedure.

Detailed information about the practical exercise (which takes place parallel to the lecture) will be provided shortly. Exact dates for the practical exercise will be announced both in the first lecture and via Learnweb.


Examination proof: 60-minute exam (100%)

Obligatory academic attainment: Active participation in empirical scientific studies

Please register at the examination office for the regular examination period.

Credit Points: 6 ECTS (Business Administration PO 2018/2022)

During the course, communication and provision of course materials will take place via the corresponding course page on Learnweb. Announcements, lecture slides, and all other materials will be published there. The password for all materials will be announced in the first lecture.


The lecture Innovation Management deals with contingency factors, goals, strategies, process elements, and organizational structures of a systematic management of new products and the generation of related processes as well as the interplay between the different contributing areas in an organization. During the tutorial students work with case studies on successful and unsuccessful innovations. Additionally, knowledge on selected topics of the lecture is deepened.


  • Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thorsten Hennig-Thurau (responsible)
  • Lars Grewe (accompanying)